Adrian Grigoryevich Shaposhnikov, (Russian: Адриан Григорьевич Шапошников; 1888 – 1967) was both a Russian classical music composer and a People's Artist of the Turkmen Soviet Socialist Republic. His style is similar to Alexander Gretchaninov's. His only widely known surviving work is his Sonata for Flute and Harp, which has been recorded several times. He first began writing music at the early age of 14. His works we praised by critics at the time, but he was not widely recognized, for his style was not popular.